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Old   November 30, 2004, 10:08
Default Convergence difficulty in modeling evaporation
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Lawrence J
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Hi,Every one

Does anybody have the experience of modeling water evaporation?

I have tried to model water evaporation in CFX5.7. but when the diameter of water particle is large than 100micron, Convergency is straight forward; but when the diameter is 30micron, the convergence is very difficult, and almost impossible. Does anybody know why it is, and how to get convergence?

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Lawrence J.
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